Ticket Bulletin - August 11

Welcome to the ticket bulletin for Saturday, August 11.

The bulletin will provide Evertonians with information on all upcoming first-team matches.

For pricing, seating and further ticket information, click here

Wolverhampton Wanderers (A), Saturday, August 11, 5.30pm

SOLD OUT.

SOLD OUT.

Southampton (H), Saturday, August 18, 3pm

This is a category A game.

Supporters should note that in order to accrue an individual booking history, unique customer numbers must be given for each attending supporter at the time of sale.

Due to Southampton not taking the full allocation, the Upper Visitors will be open to home supporters.

Tickets are now on general sale.

Tickets can be purchased online, over the phone on 0151 556 1878, in person by visiting the Goodison Road box office or by calling into our City Centre ticket facility in Everton Two.

Opening times for all our ticketing outlets can be found here.

Bournemouth (A), Saturday, August 25, 3pm

SOLD OUT.

SOLD OUT.

Huddersfield Town (H), Saturday September 1, 3pm This is a category B game.


Supporters should note that in order to accrue an individual booking history, unique customer numbers must be given for each attending supporter at the time of sale.

Tickets are now on general sale.

Tickets can be purchased online, over the phone on 0151 556 1878, in person by visiting the Goodison Road box office or by calling into our City Centre ticket facility in Everton Two.

Opening times for all our ticketing outlets can be found here.

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